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is known for gambling incidents. >>> federal agents are investigating a possible link between a los angeles gunman and a conspiracy theory. meanwhile the tsa officer killed in the attack was honored during an airport ceremony. randy paige of our los angeles stage kcbs has more. >> reporter: the water cannons pointed the way as they carried the national honors flag as it carried to a stop at terminal 4. the flag was flown over the rubble at the world wade center after 9/11 was carried from the music in austin, texas, to l.a.x. in honor of the tsa specialist gerardo ismail hernandez who was shot in terminal 3. >> we lost a great one. i was proud to come to work every day. he worked hard. professional. most portly he was passionate about his job. he loved what he did and showed that each and every day he came to work. >> reporter: the murder of gerardo hernandez has sparked a national debate about security at the tsa checkpoint. some tell us they feel vulnerable in the wake of friday's shooting. >> it's natural for people to be afraid. think in their mind and in talking to officers that, you k
>>> chaos in l.a.x. a gunman opens fire in a busy los angeles terminal. >> i heard guarantees. >> how many. >> about 32 to four. >> reporter: witnesses describe the scene and the latest on the terrorists and the suspects. >> here's what people are talking about. >> we have breaking report to report to you. there has been a massive police response at los angeles international airport, after a gunman opens fire at a tsa checkpoint. hundreds evacuate a packed terminal. >> reporter: on a normal day at l.a.x., this airport road would be packed. not so today because of the closure. witnesses described the scene as chaotic. they heard several pops and took cover. >> reporter: police and paramedics swarmed terminal 3 at los angeles international airport, after someone opened fire this morning. >> he proceeded up into the screening area, where tsa screeners are, and continued shooting and went past the screeners, back into the airport itself. >> one man and a tsa uniform was able to walk out. but another employee was rushed out in a wheelchair, with an apparent chest wound. >> the prel
again on wednesday in new york. but on the other side, los angeles at 32 degrees. midsummer-like temperatures. sometimes even those kind of temperatures aren't seen in los angeles in the summer. it's also very dry so a danger of fire across the region. i'll leave you now for your extended forecast. >>> and that's all for now on this edition of "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. thank you very much for joining us. tavis: good evening from los angeles. tonight come a conversation with grammy-winning singer steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of sicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did t
. hernandez, he was killed by a gunman at the los angeles international airport. he loved his job and greeted travellers with a smile. the gunman's condition has been upgraded to fair. >> federal prosecutors are deciding whether the boston marathon suspect should face the death penalty if convicted. evidence that would argue against the death penalty is kept from them. authorities say releasing the information would jeopardise investigations. >> hold is expected to decide by the end of january. it could be more than a year before the trial begins. more prescriptions advised for a widely used drug. why many more americans should take cholesterol medications. more states are legalizing same-sex marriages, one state is strengthening bans on ceremonies. call her ambassador kennedy. the first daughter becomes the liaison to one of america's top allies. >>> a number of americans taking cholesterol medication could double. the american heart association and american cartiology association have new guidelines on who would benefit from stattens, they consider smoking and family history. under the new
is >>> on this edition for saturday november 2nd, following yesterday's shooting in los angeles, eem examine what it will take to secure the nations airports. >>> in our signature segment assuming generic drugs mean inexpensive, could cost you big time. >> the gentleman looked it up, a price of around $400 after he looked it up. i said to him, can't be. you must be looking at the brand name drug. it can't be that expensive. >>> and the global gender gap. where the u.s. ranks. >> the u.s. doesn't fare very well compared to the very rich countries, and in some countries, many poorer countries do better than we do. >>> next on "pbs newshour weekend." >>> "pbs newshour weekend" is made possible by -- . >>> that's why we are your retirement company. additional support is provided by -- and by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. from the tisch studios at lincoln center in new york, hari sreenivasan. >> good evening, thanks for joining us. new cancellations at los angeles international airport day after the
... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. al jazeera america... >>introduces... "america tonight". >>a fresh take on the stories that connect to you. >>grounded. >>real. >>unconventional. >>an escape from the expected. >> feeit's the first time in 30 years the supreme court is dolindealing with church versus state. >> at issue is whether christian prayers are appropriate at the start of public meetings over overduring every meeting starts witwith a prayer. two people sued saying the prayers are a violation of first amendment. >> as a minister it's my prayer that the justices will up hold my constitutional right. it's not permissible for the courts to regulate the content of the prayer. the lawyers of the plaintiffs argue that the prio prayer was t the issue it's just that it invoked a certain rewill i go . justice antoneand i september kel kel -- earlier i had a chance to speak with the two plaintiffs that filed the original lawsuit. one of them, linda stevens says
is on the move. winter storm warnings are posed for the mountains northeast of los angeles and a flood watch in the phoenix area. look at the conditions there. the system is expected to head east and reach the atlantic coast by the middle of next week but not before hitting the southwest with rain, snow and wind. in texas, freezing rain is already hampering travel plans. let's get the latest on this storm system from meteorologist leigh glaser. leigh? >> here in the san francisco bay area, not picking up returns at all. delightful day today. let's take you where the storm system is really kicking up all kinds of havoc. a heavy rain moving towards las vegas, southern california, higher elevations you see there, plenty of snow is falling. you'll find snow in flagstaff and phoenix, moderate rain this morning but this system shifting east, folks and look at dallas. yeah, you see the pink? that is freezing rain headed toward s the dallas fort worth area overnight tonight? the planes, a good possibility overnight tonight and tomorrow morning and all of this is going to shift towards the east. sit
to normal at los angeles international airport. after yesterday's shooting that killed one tsa agent, injured other people and impacted travel for thousands across the country. police say he was allegedly on a mission to kill asp tsa agents as possible. he is now in custody at a hospital where he was taken after being wounded in a shootout with airport police. dominic dinotoli joins us from the scene with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: that investigation beginning very much in earnest today. we can show you the moments of chaos in which tsa agents and local police ordered passen germs to throw themselves to the floor. and then they actually ordered them to get out of that terminal. fortunately, one of the passen germs was able to capture this on their phone and get it to tmz. "los angeles times" reporting, quoting an official saying that a note was found on cianci saying he was targeting tsa officials and, quote, pigs. indicating he was obviously after the police here. the associated press also reporting the fbi wants to look into his background. they want to see preci
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for a ride home to los angeles on sunday, but eighths here at the greyhound station say he never boarded that bus. we also know he called family on monday frantic telling them he needed help and was in trouble. that was the last time family heard from him. >> and eats a nice boy. he was not the type of troublemaker boy. he is -- he's really intelligent. he speaks four languages. >> anna rodriguez is desperate to find her brother. 23-year-old paolo netto. she and her mother flew to san francisco from brazil after receiving a frantic call him monday night. >> the obviously he was terrified. he called me saying please call the police. i'm in trouble. there's people toing me. >> she asked officers to check 505 shotwell in the mission district where his smartphone was located when she got the call. no one has heard from him since. >> it's really unusual. we usually speak to him almost every day or every two days. >> the family filed a missing person's report today and is retracing his steps and say the netto arrived in san francisco friday on a bus from his home in los angeles. the artist w
in minneapolis, denver, los angeles, salt lake city, kansas city and dallas. >>> faa investigators are getting work this morning looking into the somewhat bizarre reason for an emergency landing. >> a jetblue flight from ft. myers, florida, to boston, had to land after an evacuation slide deployed inside the cabin. one passenger said the slide pinned a flight attendant into a small area at the front of the plane. >> all of a sudden, there was a big noise. and then, it blew up, like, you know? it was the -- scary. a little scary. >> the flight attendant closest to the slide suffered only minor injuries. none of the other 77 people onboard were hurt. another plane was used to complete the passengers' journey. >>> new rules requiring seat belts for all those onboard large buses are being put into place. the government says beginning in november 2016, all big buses must have lap and shoulder belts for each passenger and the driver. that does not include school or transit buses. the new rules come after a number of accidents, some of them fatal, involving intercity buses. the seat belts could reduc
, a lot, devin. >>> in other news this morning, a los angeles area hostage situation has now ended with the gunman's surrender. authorities say the mother and her 14-year-old daughter who had been held for nine hours are now safe. when police first arrived at the scene, the gunman opened fire, hitting one officer in the chest. his protective vest saved his life. >>> police in arizona are pouring over new evidence in that house where three sisters were held captive for years. and they have a journal that was kept by one of the oldest girls. the girls were discovered tuesday when two of the sisters escaped out of a window and ran to a neighbor's home. tucson police say the girls were held by their mother and stepfather. that house, by the way, was set up to ensure that the victims were always kept apart. >> the hallways were shielded. it was kind of like a tunnel, that they would build with sheets and partitions to take them directly to the bathroom and back. there's a sense of isolation and loneliness that was established for these girls. >> police say the older girl's journal conta
. there was great outpouring at the memorial service held by the city of los angeles and the local police. law enforcement community pulling together and demonstr e demonstrating support for officer hernandez family and the two other officers and family. so thank you for that. the bottom line is these are challenging time for members of tsa employees especially those that lax who have been affected by this and lost a wellli-liked and well-respected colleague. i want to commend the action of those at the checkpoint for their action in helping move passenger away from the point of danger. the two officers who were injured were wounded because they probably stayed too long helping an elderly gentlemen away from the checkpoint and they were shot as the shooter went to the upper level. the question is what is the response to the trammigic incid. i will outline five things we have done. during the shooting i convened a crisis action team by senior leadership at tsa to assess what was going on even during the lockdown after the shooting. and challenged the senior leadership team come up with what ca
tavis: good evening from los angeles. tonight come a conversation with grammy-winning singer steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of semicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. today a conversation with lawrence roundly. he is about to make his broadway debut in mozart's "the magic flute." we are glad you joined us. an interview with lawrence brownlee coming up right now. ♪ >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. -- lawrence brownlee possesses one of those rare opera voices. he sings in one of those difficult high registers that you lose so many people. soughtne of the most after singers. he has a cd out that pays tribute to his gospel roots. he first started singing in church. the cd is called spiritual sketches. let's take a look at his performance at the metropolitan opera house in new york city. ♪ ♪ tavis: oh, my. you're sounding good, brother. you're sounding good. i don't get the chance to welcome often not only an amazing artist but one who also went to a great school. i get a chance to be in this moment for just a second with an indiana graduate and a fellow fraternity brother. this fraternity is all about achievement, and you have done that
we'll talk about that with juan williams. cutting-edge autos out for show in los angeles. we'll be taking you there live in a few minutes. so stay tuned for that. pretty cool stuff. markets on "markets now." here is a look at currencies. we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed much is the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ to enjoy all of these years. sometimes they just drop in. always obvious. cme group can help you navigate risks and capture opportunities. we enable you to reach global markets and drive forward with broader possibilities. cme group: how the world advances. try align. it's the number one ge recommended probiotic that helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ stay in the groove with align. >> at 22 minutes past
. not much to be thankful for on the 405 freeway in los angeles yesterday. check this out. traffic was backed up for miles on l.a.'s west side. looks luke christmas lights there. if you thought the 405 was packed, this is a map of what it looked like from the air last night. that map is from buzzfeed and courtesy of planefundeplanefind. it's not hard to find things on that map. >>> it has become a holiday tradition at the obama's. they were at the capital food bank, distributing food to the needy in washington. president obama, first lady michelle, and daughters sash a and malia, helping pack bags of food and hand them to seepors and children in need. before that, the presidential pardon for the national thanksgiving turkey. this year's lucky bird, popcorn, was selected by a vote on the white house web suit. popcorn went waddle to waddle as they say, against another bird, caramel. by the way, both birds were spared. >>> also, in washington, officials kick off the first ever thanksgiving cup. it started with the lighting of the world's largest menorah on the national mall. joining the jewish c
is actually from los angeles. who may or may not be gloating. with a slow clap. >> thank you, dan. >>> time to head back to philadelphia, where we find our sam champion at the oldest parade in the land. samuel j.? >> guess who i got, josh. cedric the entertainer, which makes this all great. cedric, i get to say it. you ask america the question every day. "who wants to be a millionaire?" i do. i do. i do. i do. >> i'm glad to do it. that's why i came down here. i wanted to be a part of this great day. and give you a million dollars. >> i love the whole idea. >> you have to throw it off the back of one of these floats. >> i'll throw 30% off the back of the parade float. you have to ride this whole parade route. and it's a chilly day this morning. how are you going to handle that? >> i have some hand warmers. >> that works out. >> i rubbed that all over. >> it is so nice to have you here. ladies and gentlemen, say hello to cedric the entertainer. give a good morning to america. let's get a little weather along the way. one or two things happening this morning as you step outside your door. how
. hernandez was shot at the los angeles international airport. two other t.s.a. agents and a californian people were hurt in the attack. >> a deal signed off between american airlines and u.s. airlines - we have more. >> wheels up, merger of a carrier and americans allowed to take off after closed-door negotiations. >> it will eliminate overlapping routes that us air will share. it will make a more efficient airline. planes under sold on certain roots will be at capacity, driving the prices down. >> the department of justice, six state attorneys general and the district of columbia sued to stop the merger, concerned it would hurt consumer choice. they mild a lawsuit arguing that it should be scrapped on the grounds that if it went ahead 80% of u.s. aviation would be in the hands of four companies. but now the u.s.-american deal is back on. there's a price to pay for the mega-airline. landing slots and gates at several major airports including dozens at regan national apart and laguardia must be gip up to win anti- -- be given up to win antitrust approval. more access will be given in bos
with martin in los angeles to get to the bottom of the allegations. but into the news, they asked the team to reschedule the meeting with martin until wells has spoken with participant first. his attorney, that martin will issue a video statement sometime atwell, but did not say that state would be better or after. >>> evening he had reed to a contract, the nine-time pro bowler left after 11 seasons in baltimore. but rei reed has been relegateda backup role. and dwayne bowe is facing marijuana possession and speeding. he was found with 14 grams of marijuana after being pulled over for driving 38 in a 35 mph road. >>> when the winter olympic games kick off in february it will be the fifth to feature women's ice hockey. highlighted by gold medal in 1998. as the team prepares to capture gold in sochi, they're kicking their preparations into high gear. >> reporter: we're definitely pushing harder. if anything we're training smart, and we're full time as a team, which is really exciting. we come to the game working on symptoms and conditioning. >> reporter: julie chu knows a thing or two about
, someone coulds there nearly $500 million! someone bought a winning powerball ticket in los angeles but no one has claimed the prize. the ticket expires at 5:00 people this evening if no one comes forward. then the $465,000 goes to a fund for california schools. >> more orders pour in for the fat kid t-shirts, fantasy t-shirts have eved hundreds more orders for the shirt since friday when batkid took san francisco by storm the company sold out of the 1,hull shirts but you can pre-order on the web site with a link at abc7news.com with the proceeds go to the make-a-wish foundation which helped make miles' wish come true. >> the t-shirt was designed by the police chief's sun, greg suhr. >> trick. terrific. >> what are we wearing this morning? >> it is cooler. do not worry about the wet weather gear until tomorrow when you need patience and find clothes you is not worn no a long time. last time we had significant and measurable rain, september 21. half mile visibility in santa rosa and quarter-mile visibility in napa. you can see ten miles visibility elsewhere. looking over to the beaut
to los angeles soon for william's surgery. >> what do you think about that? >> i'm so, so -- this is so great! >> thank you! >> thank you, thank you! >> cheryl jennings, abc7 news. >> thank you, cheryl, for getting that attention. we are going to be there to see william get that much-needed eye surgery in los angeles and bring that you follow-up to his story. ahead on abc7 sunday morning news, one east bay city is getting a new beach by restoring the old one. how engineers are recreating almeda beach. here's a live look from our roof cam. the clouds have started lifting. it should be sunny and dry throughout the bay area today, but finally rain is on the way. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few. ♪ ♪ welcome to aulani. it's hawaii with a touch of disney magic. ♪ if you do something today. and there's never been a better time because this year, devry university has $45 million dollars in need and merit-based scholarships and grants available to those who qualify. and this degree can make a difference. in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment ha
was overburdened. one woman in los angeles had to cover a people a day -- eight people a day. if you have driven around los angeles, that is not easy to do. the people doing the vetting, obviously in the case of snowden, he slipped through the cracks. when you use contractors, there may be a tendency to use contractors to that the contractors. to vet the contractors. it's a tempting idea to get outside people. i am not sure it's working very well. host: we have a couple of minutes left. he wrote exclusive story for "smithsonian." a soviet spy had tipped off the fbi agency and set off with david weiss calls the most self- destructive investigation in fbi history. barry, massachusetts. hi, barry. caller: with the thousands of witnesses, architects, engineers, explosive experts that have come out providing evidence that the 9/11 commission is more fiction than fact, why haven't the public figures come out and demanded a new investigation because this is not opinion. it is physics. it is scientific fact that we are being lied to. guest: have you looked -- host: have you looked into the 9/11 attacks
start. tracking rain chances in the five-day. >> the los angeles police department is launching an internal investigation into claims that an officer delayed medical treatment to the tsa officer killed this month in the lax shooting. he bled for 33 minutes before the ambulance was able to take him. the officer is a accused of telling others that hernandez was already dead. the union said that an airport officer later detected a light pulse and took him to paramedics. >>> we have a follow up to a story we reported on yesterday morning on two. investigators are trying figure out what kind of bird got stuck in the engine of a jet at the airport. the plane was headed to dallas when the strike caused it to make an emergency landing . none of the 193 were hurt. the plane had just taken off when it hit that bird. >> it was pretty scary. yes, yeah, it was a huge noise and we didn't know what was happening. then the pilot gave us some information. >> airport officials say bird strikes are a probably this time of year with migrating birds. they have used traps, sirens and even shot bird
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >>> welcome back. i'm stephanie sy and these are the top stories at this hour. in an al jazeera exclusive, scientists in switzerland say they have evidence that palestinian leader yasser arafat was poisoned. the researchers say their test showed unusually high level was a radioactive substance in arafat's remains. >>> thousands of people in the philippines are moved to safety as the massive typhoon haiyan approaches. the superstorm, which is the largest of the year, is expected to hit tomorrow morning with winds topping 200 miles per hour. >>> and iran is meeting with the permanent members of the security council today in geneva to talk about the nuclear program. there are reports the u.s. is willing to roll back sanctions if iran adwrees to a temporary freeze of the nuclear program. >>> as we mentioned, iran and six world powers are set to resume talks today in geneva to discuss the country's nuclear ambitions. joining us now is a freelance iranian journalist from tehran thi
's your loss, making frustrating holiday travel downright painful. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> good tips there. >> keep it close. >>> coming up, a tv show shocker. >> "family guy" stuns fans with the gruesome death of one of its main characters. fans are demanding a change. >>> from $800 pillows to $5,000 beds. the store that promises a great night's sleep at a price. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> ann ♪ ♪ ♪ he's a family guy >>> all right, no one saw this coming. one of this's most shocking moments took place sunday night on fox. >> in dramatic disturbing fashion, the producers of "family guy" killed off brian, the dog. take a look. >> brian, look out! holy crap, what the hell happened? >> i'm so sorry, mrs. griffin. brian's injuries are just too severe for us to save them. >> you guys, i think brian's trying to say something. >> you've given me a wonderful life. i love you all. >> pretty grim stuff. the death of brian sparked a huge backlash on social media calling for the character to
battle a black eye. in this los angeles walmart two years ago was captured by one customer. >> all the people went in there, started destroying the boks. >> reporter: all this for marked down x-box games. >> people were fighting, trying to get those deals. and one lady with pepper spray just started going at it. >> reporter: was that moment a turning point for walmart? >> certainly. i think we can do a better job at managing crowds and helping customers get in the store, find the item they're looking for and get out. we learned a lot. >> reporter: walmart said this time it's a calmer black friday. orderly lines through the store. shoppers will get wrist bands and rain check tickets to ship item that is will run out. what won't change are the surprise deals through the store. >> 40 seconds and all the people will go crazy. >> reporter: predictably wild that this dad brought his kids to walmart to witness the mayhem firsthan firsthand. >> that's something about black friday, your integrity. >> reporter: these don't care about the mayhem. they thrive on it all year. >> what, eight hou
covered from every angle. msnbc julia boorstin live at a target in los angeles. jay gray at the mall of america in bloomington, minnesota. we'll start with you, jay. we've been talking to you all morning. how is it looking now? >> t.j., i'm the king of shopping. i'm looking down on my subjects and i say spend, spend everyone. maybe it's getting to me. i have been here for a while. look, people are spending. things are going really well at this mall and across the country apparently. we see people not only shopping but they are carrying bags. not one or two but several. the news looks good on that account. a lot of retailers are very concerned because they have six less days in shopping season between thanksgiving and christmas this year. it falls late in the year. but statistics show and analysts believe that this weekend the average family will spend around $650, that's up 11% from last year black friday weekend. so vitally important for retailers. what happens between thanksgiving and christmas makes up between 20 and 40% of their entire yearly intake. that's according to the natio
like to mention, andrew, who i hope i get to meet. i mention them all the time. he is from los angeles. was frustrated and spent some 300 -- three hours trying to navigate the website him in california and was not pleased he had to wait three hours. after three hours, he ended up saving $6,000. while no one should have to wait three hours to find out if they will qualify for quality affordable health care, everyone wants to save $6,000 and that is why we're here. we want americans to save money on health insurance and we want the millions of americans who could never say they could afford to buy health insurance let alone save money, have access to the doctors and hospitals, so important for their children and themselves. we are here to say we will do everything we can to make our health security law work and work well. is an opportunity to improve it, we will work with the president and our colleagues in congress to make that happen. understand speaker banner the bill theed house republican majority will put him a floor of the house tomorrow is not for the purpose of improving the new
with the los angeles police department? -- and airport by radio? >> yes. >> so there is communication? >> yes. >> i want to -- at some point provide you information that says that is not the case. and i want to make sure that we are on the same wavelength for that. by communicate -- i talk about radio not telephone not panic button. >> yes. >> but radio. >> yes. let me go through the court nation center for tsa with the police as pot-friendly -- a opposed to an officer around the corner they direct contact to. maybe we can clarify that. do tso have radio? >> the macker yes. was there a supervisor or manager on duty? >> yes. >> did the supervisor or manager call on the radio? >> no. the supervisor picked up the dedicated line as lirmly red phone to call in and as they were getting ready to speak. in watching the video she drops the phone and runs because the shooter is coming up the escalator having fired additional rounds and so she didn't stay. >> the radio was not -- >> no. >> okay. doctor this vali
. >> reporter: in los angeles, people camping out for days. >> got here monday night. >> i have been here ten hours. >> reporter: americans by the millions rushing stores with turkey in their bellies hoping to score the deal of the year. retailers scrambling to keep up. >> last year, in the first hour, we did 10 million transactions in our registers, just the first hour. >> more stores opening earlier than ever before. the best news for shoppers this year, the deals are better than ever. average discount 35% off, up from 25% in 2010. bargains to fill every room in the house. for the kitchen, kohls selling this kitchen aid mixer, before 229, now $101 or how about a new tv for the family room. this 39", usually 330 now 170 at best buy. the laundry room this washer and dryer set at kmart. first 670, now 500 bucks. the deals this year as sweet as pecan pie, rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> there are few redeemable qualities about black friday when you look at video of that and think that's what i'm in for. i already said i'm going and i decided to go today but you hear stories of violence a
, thousands of fans rushed the field at los angeles memorial coliseum, following the trojans 20-17 upset over the number four ranked cardinals. officials say five people were injured during the game, although it's not clear how and another five were hurt when the crowd ran on to the field. all of the injured were taken to the hospital for evaluation. >>> another allegation has surfaced tonight of a coach bullying a student athlete at rutgers university. this time it involves the football team. the father of freshman defensive back jevon tyree says the coach suffered him after he suffered an injury. >> jevon says he actually spit in his face. the coach said he has a lisp. i said if you have a lisp, you shouldn't be that close to someone you're arguing with. he then said to jevon, i should head butt you. >> all of this comes after rutgers fired basketball coach mike rice in april when video surfaced of him bullying his players. the university says the incidentinvolving tyree was investigated and the coach apologized. tyree says he plans to transferto a different school next year. >>> cancer sur
in los angeles, phoenix and miami. spring like in the high 60s and 70s. >>> an oregon family is adding to the usual holiday joy celebrating the birth of a baby girl. >> her arrival was not exactly elegant. on the way to the hospital, the mom knew she wasn't going to make it. so emma's grandmother who was driving them this to the hospital, pulled over on interstate 5, put a blanket on the ground and delivered her grand daughter on the side of i-5. >> mom rachel said she was in so much pain she was not at all embarrassed by the way that mom and grandma and everybody else, they are all doing fine. the baby's nickname will be i-5. that's goochld at least they didn't name it. >> or interstate i-5. >> there you go. >>> coming up, the family homecoming thanksgiving that was years in the making. >>> and crafty and fun. the best toys for handy kids to spark creativity. a toy insider mom is here. >>> the animated movie frozen is turning in to a crowd pleaser. you are watching "world news now." ♪ for for "world news now" brought to you by lysol toilet bowl cleaner. that's why you need lysol. be
was a shallow grave a few feet outside the road from victorville. that's just northeast of los angeles here. a motorcyclist reported finding what were human bones, and the authorities confirmed that rather grim discovery. that has been classified as homicides, and for a long time the authorities looked into whether the family had gone into mexico and fallen afoul of criminals or a drug cartel. >> we are exhausting all options and investigating this crime from the beginning and trying to identify who the suspects are. the investigation will lead us in the direction of the suspects as we continue to get more information. but to make a decision or a determination as to who might the suspects be at this point, it's too early for us to talk about that. >> reporter: a short while ago i spoke to rick begley who is the author of a book about their disappearance and told me there was handling of their bank accounts shortly after the family disappeared is now part of the investigation, and that includes people close to the family and business associates. begley said as much as $750,000 was spirited a
and stan at espn. >> welcome to the "sportscenter" set in los angeles. he's stan. i'm neil. "monday night football." >> some controversy there at the end. show you what happened when the patriots and panthers got together in charlotte. cam newton. >> i thought you were going to do the -- >> i'll do it now. newton, 25-yard touchdown, wrapping up an 83-yard drive. but the patriots have tom brady. down in the red zone. looking for rob gronkowski. but you see the flag there. officials threw it. apparently for pass interference. that's what brady thought. and then, they waived it off. they said the pass was uncatchable. so, the panthers hold on to win it, 24-20. they pick up the flag. brady wanted an explanation. didn't get one to his satisfaction. panthers win it. >> ear muffs there at the end. >>> oklahoma city, kevin durant. thunder hosting the nuggets. durant, 38 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists. stops and pops with under two minutes to go in a tie game. and then, well, can't have durant without having -- oh. he had a double-double. with a double-crossover. russell westbrook, seven assists. >
for on the 405 freeway in los angeles, though. traffic was backed up for miles on l.a.'s west side, and if you thought the 405 was packed, check this out. it's a map of what it looked like from the air last night. you can barely see any ground there. this map is from buzzfeed and courtesy of plane finder. >>> and it's become a thanksgiving holiday tradition at the obamas, distributing food to the needy in washington. president obama, first lady michele and daughters sasha and malia were at the capitol food bank for a third straight thanksgiving holiday wednesday. they were helping pack bags of food and handing them out to families in need. before that, the president and the first daughters took part in another popular holiday tradition, of course, the presidential pardon for the national thanksgiving turkey. and this year's lucky bird popcorn was selected by a vote on the white house website. popcorn went waddell to waddell against another bird caramel was that bird's name and by the way, both birds were spared. >>> also in washington, officials kicked off the first ever thanksgivukkah. it sta
five people hurt at the los angeles memorial coliseum when fans rushed the field after the usc football team win over stanford. one person suffering a possible broken leg. another fell. all ten why taken to the hospital to get checked out. >>> all right. are you ready for some sports, guys? this one, the talk of college football world this morning. what can be one of the most incredible hail mary touchdown's. it was caught on camera. look at this. >> lets it go. oh, my god! >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, no! >> can you believe that? auburn down 38-37 with just seconds left on the clock. qb nick marshall threw up a desperation heave on 4th and 18. somehow ricardo lewis pulled it in off that tip. auburn wins 43-38. that's why you throw them up there. right? sometimes it happens. >> one in 500 times. >> one in 500 times, rick. you never know when it's going to happen. >> unbelievable. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. there's a loot happening weather wise. >> there is? >> yes, there is. today will be a big day. take a look at this video that we'll start with out of washington and oregon.
if the same man is responsible for all incidents. >>> time to show you headlines. the los angeles says the navy guided missile cruise prepares. a drone accidentally hit the ship saturday. two sailors were treated for injuries. it's under investigation. >>> boeing launched the jetliner with the record number of orders. it says it has 250 orders and commit ms from airlines in the persian gulf totaling $95 billion. air bus is selling a smaller model of numbers. >>> new york sometimes said the calculation for cholesterol risks is not correct. >>> a bill to take sexual assault cases out of the military chain of command is stalled in the senate. the military faces big changes for the sex assault prosecutions including greater rights for victims and civilian reviews. >>> u.s.a today look at the death of an american deep water diver in bah ham bahamass. he was shown in this previous dive. free divers use the air held in their lungs. he dove more than 220 feet and held his breath for than three and a half minutes. direction, too. outside right now, it is partly cloud
1968 as the day that i got married to a beautiful young woman who was born in los angeles, attended los angeles times school, i guess it was called hollywood high and went to ucla and later to the peace corps. she became a librarian, she loved books, and she loved to read and she came south and followed the civil rights movement and kept up with the movement. we met in 67 and we were married on february 21, 1968. .. everybody in the audience just broke up laughing. will you obey? >> host: why did they laugh? >> guest: because they thought he would instruct lillian to listen, because she was a little feisty, and because she needed some encouragement to go by her husband. >> host: what's the last year of your life been without her? >> guest: i think about her all the time. i still wear my wedding band. it's just hard to take it off. i miss her. i wish she could be here and witnessed the changes that have occurred with our son and my own life, and be able to -- she was my closest and dearest friend. she was a wonderful companion. she gave me great advice, and she worked so hard in campaign
of los angeles. it was testing radar and combat weather. the sailors were not badly hurt. still ahead - more on the severe storms. they are leaving a trail of destruction across the midwest. stay with us perform >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. we are live in new york. i'm jonathan betz with the top stories. intense fast-moving storms and tornados left 19 hurt. in illinois millions are facing threatening weather across 10 midwestern states. there are reports of damage from one tornado. emergency officials are trying to determine the extent of the damage. dozens of homes have been damaged. as the massive system approaches chicago, players and fans attending the bears-baltimore ravens came were forced to take cover. we begin with the latest on the storms. in chicago a powerful system. ashar quraishi is standing by on the phone. i believe you are in chicago outside the stadium game, and the game has resumed, you are live. has the threat largely passed? >> so it seems. the tornado warnings were suspended in the chicagoland area and game play started an hour ago. it was suspended fo
that rain band move south. los angeles is 69 degrees for your monday and 53 for lake tahoe and here is a look at my accu-weather seven-day forecast. thickens clouds for monday. the temperatures will be cooler. the rain beginning in the north bay. it spreads across the bay area on tuesday and another batch of showers could be heavy at times on wednesday and friday, saturday and sunday we will dry out and temperatures will warm to the 70s. mike nico will be here at 4:30 with another look at live doppler 7. >> perfect. thank you, leigh. >> colin rush is here with a last wrap up of sports tonight. >> let's recap them. it is for the niners and the raiders and today's games came down to the final play. and then there were none. payton defeating perfection. we'll run through the rest of while i was on a combat patrol my c in baqubah, iraq,nned out. a rocket-propelled grenade took my arm off at the shoulder. when i came home, i felt alone. my family was around me, but i couldn't talk to them about what i'd seen and what i'd done. i remember just thinking, man, the way i am right now, i don'
have it today is at 57, and off the coast in los angeles and san diego," upper 60's. tahoe shows the first storm since september 21, we are trying to get some snow but the levels are high as the system is coming in from the west. we. watch it. let's turn it over to leyla gulen with the commute in the bay area. >> we are getting clarification on the accident in fairfield westbound along 80 at the scales it is involving several vehicles and a big rig. one of the vehicles went off into a ditch. we are looking at 25 miles per hour as c.h.p. keeps one lane closed. that is causing quite the backup from before highway 12. it doesn't sound like there are injuries involved because an ambulance was canceled to arrive on the scene and everything is going to be cleared. what we have is impeding fog or againing fog through american can wrong and napa as you make the commute this could be more fog in the area and the crash is killed at southbound 680. >> happening right new, the dow has entered record territory. look at this: trading is now at 16,000, crossed the mark and is actually at 16,010
had a really wonderful fundraiser last week in los angeles. some of your friends mel gibson and ben aflac turned out to support gus. what else are are you doing to help other parents out there who may be in this situation? >> every day is a struggle really just to stay alive. i mean, anyone who is a parent to lose your child to have your child stolen and to know that you disappeared, the last time i saw gus i said -- he said i'm missing you dad, i said i will see you tomorrow, little man. i have never seen him again. there is not a picture of me in his house. his mother has instructed him to call other people dad da'da. he was calling me jason which is a strategy in parental alienation. i have got to keep going. i decided to have this fundraiser stand up for gus. i had unbelievable support in my community. it was about a movement. to end this idea of parental alienation meaning -- i'm not going to do anything if i'm laying on the couch. if i could take it and reach out child abuse because it child abuse. >> it is. you turn a child against a parent. you are turning a child against th
of clouds. 67 in sacramento, 71 down south in los angeles. in the bay area, highs ranging from low to mid-60s. here's the weather seven-day forecast. mild weather continues through the weekend. cool down a few degrees on monday. then a sharp cooldown on tuesday and tuesday, wednesday and thursday, unsettled weather with a slight chance of some showers and a few passing clouds and breezy conditions. typically, what we would expect this time of year going into the first week of december, so we'll get it next week. >> looks like the onset of winter. >> thank you. >>> up next, the black friday deal that may be the best deal yet. one dollar for a used car. of course, there is a catch. >>> also, the market for kids tablets is growing. michael takes a look at which michael takes a look at which are the is is jim, a man who doesn't stand still. atrial fibrilljim has afib, michael takes a look at which are the is is jim, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to
. this is los angeles "sportscenter" set. >> thursday night football. bengals and dolphins. miller up the middle. gino adkins, the standout tackle. all-pro, torn acl. done for the season. 16 seconds to go. dolphins down three. calleb ster jess from 33 yards out. the third nfl game in history to end on an overtime safety. >>> bulls at home for the first time. derrick rose back home for the first time in a long time. and he has game. final 11 seconds. the bulls have missed their last nine shots. and rose was just 6 of 22 before hitting that. it proved to be the game-winner. bulls, 82-81. >> that's going to be a really exciting season in the nba. >> i wish we had more time to talk about it. >> but we don't. >> we don't. >>> good morning, america. >> thank you, guys. >>> some incredible coordination and more than a little intestinal fortitude makes this our "play of the day." it involves a skydiver named katie hanson. >> you see that yellow object on the road below, it's a yellow convertible. >> she had a seat for herself perfectly. do not try that one at home, folks. that's crazy cool. >> pretty co
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